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  • Bulletproof

    ★★

  • Man of the House

    ★★

  • Half Past Dead 2

    ★½

  • Half Past Dead

    ★½

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  • The Worst Person in the World

    The Worst Person in the World

    ★★★★★

    95 (subbed)

    The Worst Person in the World premiered at Cannes seven long months ago and I’ve been eagerly awaiting it’s theatrical release ever since. Saying it was well worth the wait vastly understates exactly how phenomenal of an experience this actually is. I’ve instantly ranked it at number two on my 2021 ranked list and it’s certain to be a film I revisit many times. Joachim Trier and Eskil Vogt’s exceptional writing crafts an unpredictable protagonist as lovably relatable even with…

  • C'mon C'mon

    C'mon C'mon

    ★★★★½

    94

    In what’s likely going to be the most underrated film of the year, Mike Mills delivers a heartwarming narrative on growing up, parenthood, and how it’s okay to admit you’re not okay sometimes. C’mon C’mon feels so distinct with it’s genuine dialogue, making you lose the concept of you watching this as a movie. Instead, you find yourself engulfed in a familial relationship as if it’s your very own.

    Joaquin Phoenix plays a New York native (Johnny) who travels…

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  • Bulletproof

    Bulletproof

    ★★

    40

    To find out halfway into a movie that you have actually seen it even though you thought you hadn’t is usually a telling sign that it’s a bad film. Bulletproof is underwhelming on a rewatch because of how much it fails at being an exciting buddy cop film. And upon releasing a year after Michael Bay’s audience hit Bad Boys, it feels even less distinguishable. The charm of Bad Boys is the chemistry between the leads and the absurd…

  • Man of the House

    Man of the House

    ★★

    40

    Tommy Lee Jones stars as a Texas ranger protecting cheerleaders who go into the witness protection program after witnessing a murder. He goes undercover as an assistant cheerleading coach and moves in with those same college women. The most glaring issue with this concept is that he moves into the home that the women owned before witnessing the murders. But not only do they stay in the same home, they also continue to cheer and attend the same school…

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  • Texas Chainsaw Massacre

    Texas Chainsaw Massacre

    20

    What. The. Actual. Fuck.

    As a huge fan of the Texas Chainsaw IP, I’m appalled. It’s genuinely revolting. It lacks a fundamental understanding of what made the original so great. What an absolute disgrace.

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  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home

    ★★★★

    75 (watched @AMC West Palm Beach 12’s Dolby Cinema)

    NO SPOILERS:

    No Way Home delivers some of the heaviest emotional highs of the entire MCU and develops Tom Holland’s Peter Parker into everything we’ve been wanting him to become. Even with the most fan service of any superhero movie ever, I found myself ignoring most of the implausibilities, instead purely enjoying the glorious hype of it all. It’s a jaw dropping sequel from start to finish. 

    Picking up directly after…